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The Rise of Shareholder Activism
Is a large publicly-trade company responsible only for making its shareholders the most money possible? Or is it also responsible for making the world a better place?
Arts & Culture
Do We Have Moral Obligations to Robots?
The recent film Blade Runner 2049 engages with questions raised by Karel Čapek and Isaac Asimov: What do we owe our creations (and what do they owe us)?
How to Understand the Resurgence of Eugenics
The extreme right wing has brought the discredited idea of eugenics back into the national conversation. Brave New World and Gattaca offer perspective.
The Ethical Case for Profits
The frequency of ethical lapses among executives suggests that there exists an alternate moral framework in corporate culture.
Changing the Way We Die
Dying may seem like a straightforward business, but there are almost as many ways to approach the end of life as there are to approach life itself.
When Do We Care About Ethics Violations?
Experimental evidence suggests that our opinions on ethics depend on who’s committing the violations, and who’s doing the judging.
Research Fraud: When Science Goes Bad
At its worst, science research fraud might have deadly consequences. What can be done about it?